Hey Guys Do You Have This Code I'm Stuck? Lol :D


#1

We're off to a good start! We created a Java class, but it currently does not do anything; we need to describe the behavior of the class for it to be useful.

Let's start by creating the starting state of our class. We can do this by adding a class constructor to it.

A class constructor will allow us to create Dog instances. With a class constructor, we can set some information about the Dog.
If we do not create a class constructor, Java provides one that does not allow you to set initial information.
The code below demonstrates how a class constructor is created:

class Car {

//The class constructor for the Car class
public Car() {

}

}
In the example above, we created a class constructor for the Car class. This constructor will be used when we create Car instances later. The public keyword will be explained later in this course.
1.
Add a class constructor called Dog to the class.

Note: If you're getting an error in the console about a main method, include the following code within the Dog class (it will be explained later in this lesson):


#2

Yes, we have. Do you want us to help you? Post your code and describe your problem.


#3

A post was split to a new topic: Hey I got Stuck on Constructor exercise can you please help me out?


#5

I'm sorry about taking so long to reply but I don't know what code to put in. I tried this. . .

the problem asks me to add a constructor called dog to the class and I did not know what to do lol.

So I Tried doing this

Class Dog {

//The class constructor for the Dog class
public Dog() {

public static void main(String[] args) {

But that did not work I was wondering if you could give me the code please I'm on Learn Java and Dog.Java Classes Constructor


#6

Your code is pretty good. You just need to remember that keyword class should be lowercase and that you have to close method definitions using }:

class Dog {

  //The class constructor for the Dog class
  public Dog() {

  }

  public static void main(String[] args) {

  }
}

#7

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